EWME 2010

8th European Workshop on Microelectronics Education

May 10-12, 2010, Darmstadt, Germany

EWME is the eighth workshop on microelectronics education to take place in Europe. The previous locations were Grenoble (France 1996), Noordwijkerhout (The Netherlands 1998), Aix-en-Provence (France 2000), Vigo (Spain 2002), Lausanne (Switzerland 2004), Stockholm (Sweden 2006) and Budapest (Hungary, 2008).

Photos: Amt für Wirtschaft und Stadtentwicklung / K. Breuer, O. Gaussmann, R. Gerner
Photos: Amt für Wirtschaft und Stadtentwicklung / K. Breuer, O. Gaussmann, R. Gerner

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Registration is now open ! Further information can be found here.

A tentative program of the conference is available : EWME2010

Aim of the Workshop

The purpose of the workshop is to provide a forum to exchange ideas and to discuss developments and challenges in research and education on microelectronics, Microsystems and related areas. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

  • Industrial outlook
  • Industrial projects
  • Microelectronics teaching in the future
  • Emerging fields in design and technology
  • New concepts in teaching
  • Multimedia in microelectronics education
  • Globalization and international education
  • Design innovations
  • Technological innovations
  • Teaching printed and organic electronics
  • Effects of the Bologna Process on microelectronics education in Europe
  • Long distance and continuous microelectronics education (including data learning)
  • Novel curricula on micro- and nanoelectronics education
  • Novel courses, laboratories and design projects
  • Industry and university collaboration on education
  • Entrepreneurship in micro- and nanoelectronics
  • Industrial roadmaps and microelectronics education
  • Exchanges (compatibility of study curricula, student exchanges, …)
  • Teaching Hardware-Software-Codesign for embedded systems

Further Information


Call for Papers

Presentation Guidelines


Tentative Program




Technische Universität Darmstadt

Institute of Microelectronic Systems

Christopher Spies

EWME 2010

Karlstraße 15

64283 Darmstadt